**DISC 1 (Set One)** T01: Hey Pocky Way T02: Jack Straw T03: Row Jimmy T04: When I Paint My Masterpiece T05: Dupree's Diamond Blues T06: Box Of Rain T07: Cassidy > T08: Might As Well
**DISC 2 (Set Two)** T01: Uncle John's Band > T02: Playing In The Band > T03: Terrapin Station > T04: Drums >
**DISC 3 (Set Two cont'd)** T01: Space > T02: I Need A Miracle > T03: Black Peter > T04: Throwing Stones > T05: Not Fade Away T06: E: Not Fade Away > T07: Knockin' On Heaven's Door T08: One More Saturday Night
The following edits were performed by uh_clem (2004-12-16)
- the fadeout and fadein between d2t04 and d3t01 was edited out so that these tracks are now seemless. The tracks are split at a very quiet part which creates a natural fade in and fade out when burning to CD.
- DC Offset correction was applied to each set
- discs 2 & 3 were retracked
- resulting WAV files compressed to FLAC (v.1.1.1)
April 24, 2021 Subject:
Feel Good Music
By far the best sounding version of this show,
CRISPY BRENT BOARD..
I'm just imagining being there that night,
lotsa fun in California..
June 21, 2015 Subject:
Some rise, Some fall, Some climb
Nice rainbow full of sound..Inspired playing in this 87' gem..The Terrapin is haunting..Jerry is in fine form~! Give It A Whirl>Forever Grateful>Forever Dead
November 8, 2009 Subject:
A great show from 1987
This a great show from 1987. The band is tight.They open the show hitting on all cylinders, Hey Pocky Way is awesome. Jack Straw is superb. Row Jimmy is amazing, This is my favorite version Row Jimmy. Jerry's solo is flawless. This is one of Jerry's ultimate best solo's ever. (I know that is a big statement to make but listen carefully to his solo and there are not enough words in the dictionary to describe how great that solo was). I love the pace of the song, not too slow, it doesn't drag.
The rest of the show is classic Brent era.
Good sound quality.